'Lost Impossimals' turn up in Bristol as Peter Smith launches new collection
Award-winning Impossimals creator, Peter Smith, will mark an exciting new chapter in the life of his endearing animal characters when he visits Castle Galleries in Bristol this weekend.
The artist will visit Bristol on Sunday February19 from noon to 3pm to launch 'The Lost Impossimals' - his latest collection of limited edition art.
The fantastical new collection, which took three years to develop, research and paint, depicts an imaginary history - or 'twistory' - charting the pre-historic beginnings of the fictitious 'Impossimals'.
Smith explains: "Fascinated by the Victorian era, a period in history that was the epitomy of discovery and exploration, I became an explorer in my own right, unearthing and excavating the rich, exciting and fascinating beginnings of the Impossimals and creating a Victorian journey of discovery.
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"I hope both the story and art will entertain and delight my Impossimal fans - as well as making them smile."
The seven-strong art collection unearths every kind of strange and wonderful prehistoric Impossimal, from the 'Dalisaurus Surrealius' , through to the 'Lesser Spotted Neapolitan Knickerbocker Glory' and the 'Edisons Sherlock Sidewinder'.
Each beautifully framed piece of art is presented as canvas on board, to give the works of art an original feel, and edition sizes have been kept small and exclusive - with just 95 in each edition.
'The Lost Impossimals' collection will remain on display in Castle Galleries at Cribbs Causeway until February 26.